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nicoles wrote:oh, yes it is.
sorry. not sure how to load an image from a file, not a url.
it is crumbled oreos and gummy worms. in cups. for kids' lunch.
Summer wrote: I'm sure if I gave my kids some heroine after a few times they would run for that stuff at parties also, I don't know why parents just don't get this? People don't seem to get the fact that even if this imagined worst case scenario of theirs were to actually happen my kids have fully developed bodies that have never been tainted by all those carcinogenic and addictive substances that I refuse to call food and call me crazy (and people do!) but it just doesn't make any sense at all to risk their still maturing cells and bodies for something their already developed and matured bodies may or may not ever have to deal with but certainly will be less likely to be harmed by than a still growing child.
Summer wrote:...when to them they may as well just be seeing it exactly as it appears in the original post... who wants to eat "Image" and why on earth would anyone feel deprived about not eating it?
BenFTW wrote:How can a parent be against teaching their children good and bad?
BenFTW wrote:I guess you are trying to say the good food is the REAL food (whole foods) and the bad is the JUNK food (or processed food)? I agree.
How can a parent be against teaching their children good and bad?